The Counties of Bath and Rockbridge, the Cities of Lexington and Buena Vista and those precincts of Amherst and Augusta Counties that lie within the 24th District will hold an assembled caucus at 5 p.m. on Tuesday December 20, 2022, at Lexington/Rockbridge Democratic Headquarters, 11 S. Jefferson Street, Lexington VA, to nominate a Democratic candidate for the Special Election for the 24th District Virginia House of Delegates on Tuesday January 10, 2023. Doors will be closed promptly at 5 p.m.

Any person wishing to seek nomination must pre-file at Lexington/Rockbridge Democratic Headquarters between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Monday December 19, 2022.

Any person participating in the caucus shall sign a form stating that he or she is a Democrat, does not intend to support any candidate who is opposed to a Democratic nominee in the ensuing election, believes in the principles of the Democratic Party, and is a registered voter in the District.

In the event only one candidate seeks nomination as a Democratic candidate for the Special Election for Delegate for the 24th District, the assembled caucus will be cancelled.

For further information, please contact Gene Zitver at gzitver@gmail.com.

November Dinner with Dems: You’re invited

Join us on Monday November 14 at 6 p.m. for our post-election Dinner with Dems at the Pink Cadillac Diner, 4347 South Lee Highway, Natural Bridge. (Sorry, no alcoholic beverages, but lots of good food.)

RSVP to Pete Farnham at peter.d.farnham@gmail.com.

Lexington Democratic Committee meets September 12

The Lexington Democratic Committee will hold its monthly meeting on Monday September 12 at 6:30 p.m.

New members who are registered to vote in the City of Lexington are welcome.

The meeting will be held via Zoom The link is:


Lexington Democratic Committee meets June 1

The Lexington Democratic Committee will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday June 1 at 6:30 p.m.

New members who are registered to vote in the City of Lexington are welcome.

The meeting will be held via Zoom The link is:


Sixth District Democratic Committee Call to Convention

The 6th Congressional District Democratic Committee announces it will hold a Nominating Convention on June 11, 2022 at 12pm, at Harrisonburg Rockingham Democratic Headquarters, 850 West Market Street, Harrisonburg, VA. The sole purpose of the Convention shall be to nominate a Congressional Candidate for the 6th Congressional District.

Any person wishing to seek the Democratic nomination to the US House of Representatives from the 6th Congressional District must file with the Chair of the 6th Congressional District Democratic Committee on or before 5pm, Wednesday, May 18, 2022, the appropriate documents as outlined in the Call to Convention.

Local Democratic Committees shall hold caucuses to determine the delegates that will represent the locality at the Convention. These caucuses shall occur on Wednesday, June 1, 2022 at 7pm or Saturday, June 4, 2022 at 11am. One form will be used to file to be a Delegate to the CD6 Convention or a Participant in any of the caucuses to elect those Delegates. Any individual who files to be a Delegate, will also be permitted to participate in their locality’s caucus. For individuals who do not wish to be a Delegate, they may select the option of Caucus participant. Filings for Delegate/Caucus Participant must be made by Wednesday, May 25th at 5pm. Delegates to the Convention will engage voting during the convention coordinated through jurisdictional caucuses to determine the nominee.

In the event that only one (1) candidate qualifies with the filing requirements as outlined in the Call to Convention by the stated deadline of May 18, 2022 by 5pm, the convention and the caucuses will be cancelled, and the single filer will be declared the nominee.

For more information, contact Kym Crump at 6cdkymcrump@gmail.com.

Lexington Democratic Committee meets May 2

The Lexington Democratic Committee will hold its monthly meeting on Monday May 2 at 6:30 p.m.

New members who are registered to vote in the City of Lexington are welcome.

The meeting will be held at Democratic headquarters in Lexington, 11 South Jefferson Street. But those who want to participate virtually may do so via Zoom. The link is:


Lexington Democratic Committee meets March 7

The Lexington Democratic Committee will meet via Zoom on Monday March 7 at 6:30 p.m.

Revised bylaws will be voted on.

New members who are registered voters in the City of Lexington are welcome. There is a voluntary annual dues of $25.

The Zoom link is:

Lexington Democrats elect new officers

The Lexington Democratic Committees held its biannual caucus June 8 to elect members and officers for the 2022-2023 terms.

The newly-elected officers are:

Chair: Nicholas Betts

Vice Chair: Evan Church

Secretary: Dorothy Blackwell

Treasurer: Tracey Riley

At-Large: Gene Zitver

Congratulations and best wishes to all!

UPDATE: Jan. 8 reorganization caucus

Due to the spike in COVID cases locally, the Lexington Democratic Committee will hold its reorganization caucus via Zoom on Saturday January 8 at 2 p.m. to elect officers and members for the 2022-2023 term.

If you are a Democrat registered to vote in Lexington, and you want to participate, please complete this form by midnight Friday. You will receive a link for the Zoom meeting on Saturday morning.

January 6, 2021: Never forget

The LexRock Democrats will mark the one-year anniversary of the bloody assault on the United States Capitol by a brutal pro-Trump mob– incited by the then-president himself– that threatened the foundations of our democracy.

While many Republicans are eager to forget or downplay the awful events of that day, Democrats believe Americans MUST remember.

Our Headquarters at 11 South Jefferson Street in Lexington will be open on Thursday January 6 from noon to 5 p.m. for displays and information about the insurrection— including the shameful record of our Republican Congressman Ben Cline.

As we look to the 2022 elections, there will be an opportunity for people who are not registered to vote at their current address to register.

We will also use the occasion to collect disposable diapers for Project Horizon.

Cider, donuts and cookies will be available.

Please wear a mask!

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